Profit Tips 1.1.1.

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Profit Tips 1.1.1.

by John R. Hall


What ideas have you tried to increase your bottom line? Have they worked or are you still trying to find just the right one to make your business more profitable? Well, try choosing from 111 profit tips because that is what you'll find in 'Profit Tips 1.1.1.' Not only are these great ideas but they are endorsed and amplified by 111 REAL business owners. If you liked 'the NEXT Contractor' you'll love 'Profit Tips 1.1.1.' Get your copy today for only $14.95 plus $3.75 shipping and get profitable tomorrow. Click on the buy now button below.

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Livonia, MI 48154
Here is what you need to know (an excerpt):


TIP #21


Cheaters never prosper – unless they use cheat sheets. Or should I rephrase that and say – because they use cheat sheets. We all know about cheat sheets. Kids use them in classrooms when taking tests by writing answers down on scraps of paper and hiding them in their shirtsleeve. Or better yet, kids write answers on their wrists or ankles – very clever.

But not all cheat sheets have to emulate cheating. Some of these little scraps of paper can be called reminder sheets. You have seen them – the yellow sticky notes all over the place with various notes. One of the funniest was from the movie Romancing the Stone where actress Kathleen Turner couldn’t find a tissue to blow her nose so she used the sticky note which said “Buy tissues” to empty her nostrils.

You may want to put some reminder sheets around your business or in your employee’s weekly paycheck envelope. The message can be inspirational or instructional. Call it a cheat sheet if you’d like – you might be cheating your competition out of a good idea.


Do we use cheat sheets in our business? That term brings up memories of sitting near the back in Spanish class and observing many students surreptitiously referring to small lists of vocabulary. It is an unpleasant memory because so many were harming themselves, and because they were raising the grading curve. (I assume most of them went into public service, and that is the reason public policy is so bad.) I earned my low Spanish grade honestly, and am proud of it.

We do use checklists – another form of cheat sheets. We have computer printed checklists for materials and procedures for attic heat pump installations, closet heat pump installations, preventative maintenance, and product features.

My workers inform me when a truck-stocked item is low, that I write it in a pocket notebook – yet another type of cheat sheet. The result is dramatically reduced incidence of being on the job without a necessary part.

Our productivity is extremely high, so there is money left for big (inspirational) bonuses on most jobs.


David Green

Green Electric

New Braunfels, Texas

"The challenge is this:  If you start the book, complete the book. If you find a Tip that makes sense to you and your business, implement it immediately. It can only make a positive influence on your life and on your bottom line.

I have a favorite saying:  “An Idea Without Action is Only a Dream”

Congratulations for investing in this great book. It is now time to read, to study, to analyze and to come away with a few great ideas to improve your business."


                                                                             Lee Rosenberg

                                                                             Chairman of the Board

                                                                             Service Roundtable

                                                                             Rosenberg Indoor Comfort

                                                                      San Antonio, Texas